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To Re-Establish U.S. Influence, Biden Should Play Rope-a-Dope, Not Compete Globally

Cooley, Alexander A.; Nexon, Daniel

Rather than reclaim global dominance by outspending and overpowering new contenders, U.S. planners should instead simply not contest many of Beijing’s and Moscow’s costly efforts to expand their networks of clients.

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Political Science (Barnard College)
Harriman Institute
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November 29, 2021

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Blog post for the National Interest. January 31, 2021.

KEYWORDS: Great Power Competition, US foreign policy, Biden Administration, China, United States, Russia, Belt and Road Initiative